who makes fun of mental illness? this guy does !!!!
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#1 Jun 25, 2010
Absolutely the best!‎‎
By Kevin - May 15, 2010
Sorry you have to be subjected to a continuous stream of malicious and false reviews about Saw Mill Club and its terrific personnel written by a disgruntled guy using multiple User ID's to make the anger appear widespread. You will be able to see that persistent personality disorder in these bi-polar "reviews". That person continues to write an obsessive number of "reviews" that are complete fabrications. If you are unfortunate enough to have been subjected to spam attacks yourself, or know someone who has, you will understand the ignorance that accompanies these mean-spirited reviews. Until they are removed, please feel free to be amused or appalled, as we are, by the quality of the prose.‎
#2 Jun 30, 2010
Kevin Kane should be fired. He engages in consumer fraud by harassing members he takes a personal disliking to AFTER they have spent thousands of dollars at the Saw Mill Club. The level of service depends upon your background and financial portfolio. This club needs to replace the current general manager.
#3 Jul 16, 2010
This man and his family are good friends of Kevin Kane and Steve Owens. They spend their ill gotten money at the saw mill club which makes them preferred members. I heard his wife swear at my girlfriend during a tennis match. So low class. But Kevin Kane wants these type of people as members (crooks and bullies) which is why this is not a family oriented club at all.
IN THE MATTER OF FRANK DEGRASSE, A SUSPENDED ATTORNEY:
DEPARTMENTAL DISCIPLINARY COMMITTEE FOR THE FIRST JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT, PETITIONER,
FRANK DEGRASSE, RESPONDENT.
Disciplinary proceedings instituted by the Departmental Disciplinary Committee for the First Judicial Department. Respondent, Frank DeGrasse, was admitted to the Bar of the State of New York at a Term of the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court for the Second Judicial Department on December 15, 1999.
Thomas J. Cahill, Chief Counsel, Departmental Disciplinary Committee, New York (Joseph J. Hester, of counsel), for petitioner.
No appearance for respondent.
Published by New York State Law Reporting Bureau pursuant to Judiciary Law § 431.
This opinion is uncorrected and subject to revision before publication in the Official Reports.
George D. Marlow, Justice Presiding, John T. Buckley, John W. Sweeny, Jr., James M. McGuire, Bernard J. Malone, Jr., Justices.
M-2116 - May 23, 2007 IN THE MATTER OF FRANK DeGRASSE, A Suspended Attorney
Respondent Frank DeGrasse, Jr. was admitted to the practice of law in the State of New York by the Second Judicial Department on December 15, 1999 and, at all times relevant to this proceeding, maintained an office for the practice of law within the First Judicial Department.
Previously, this Court immediately suspended respondent from the practice of law until further order due to his failure to cooperate with the Committee's investigation into his neglect of five legal matters and mishandling of monies, and based upon uncontested evidence of misconduct which threatened the public interest (Matter of DeGrasse, 36 AD3d 126 ). The Committee had presented uncontested evidence that respondent falsely held himself out at real estate closings as an authorized representative of a title abstract company, his bank records showed inadequate escrow balances, he improperly deposited client funds into his personal business account, and he withdrew substantial funds for personal use.
In 2006, respondent was charged in a multi-count indictment with grand larceny in the first degree, grand larceny in the second degree, forgery in the second degree, scheme to defraud in the first degree, and falsifying business records in the first degree (10 counts). Specifically, respondent and his co-defendants were charged with deceiving lender banks into issuing loans under false pretenses.On March 26, 2007, respondent was convicted, upon his plea of guilty, in Supreme Court, Suffolk County, of grand larceny in the second degree in violation of Penal Law § 155.40(1), a class C felony, in full satisfaction of the indictment.
The Disciplinary Committee now seeks an order striking respondent's name from the roll of attorneys on the ground that he was automatically disbarred upon his conviction of a felony as defined by Judiciary Law § 90(4)(e). Although served, respondent has not appeared in this proceeding.
Respondent ceased to be an attorney in New York upon his conviction of a felony (Judiciary Law § 90[a]; Matter of Berenholtz,__AD3d__, 834 NYS2d 26 [3/27/07]; Matter of Chilewich, 20 AD3d 109 ).
Accordingly, the petition should be granted and respondent's name stricken from the roll of attorneys authorized to practice law (see Judiciary Law 90[b]), nunc pro tunc to March 26, 2007.
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